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2022-23 Board of Education

 Standing, l-r: Kathy Marecek, Assistant Superintendent Pamela Portland,
Superintendent Nicole Wolfe, Assistant Superintendent Jenn Kazmark, BOE President Dick Testa.
Sitting, l-r: Joe Ozvold, Lynda DeLuca, Glenn McIver, BOE Vice President Jim Truillo, Thomas Martin.

 Elected Member Address Phone
 Dick Testa, President126 June Street 754-5492
 Jim Truillo, Vice-President2921 Twilight Drive 748-1332
 Glenn McIver1111 Arnold Drive 341-8750
 Dr. Thomas Martin1043 Elton Drive 427-8007
 Kathy Marecek 10 Denver Court W 624-8158 
 Joe Ozvold 326 Stein Drive754-7726
 Lynda DeLuca7 Denver Court W727-0930

2022-23 BOE Goals

Proposed Success Targets:

  • Grades K-12 Graduation Rate: 
    • 2022-2023 High School/Tiger Ventures:   Increase by 5% from 85% to 90%
      • 2021-2022 High School:  85%
      • 2020-2021 High School:  83% 
      • 2019-2020 High School:  92% 
      • 2018-2019 High School:  88%
    • 2022-2023 District: Increase by 5% from 82% to 87%
      • 2021-2022 District: 82%
      • 2020-2021 District: 82% 
      • 2019-2020 District: 87% 
      • 2018-2019 District: 82%       
  • Grades 3-8 ELA & Math Proficiency: 
    • 2022-2023 Increase by 9% from overall 40% to 50% on ELA, and increase by 13% from overall 27% to 40% in Math.
      • 2021-2022 ELA: 40%
      • 2021-2022 Math: 27%
      • No assessments in 2020-2021 due to COVID
      • 2019-2020 ELA: 36%
      • 2019-2020 Math: 41% 
  • District Chronic Absenteeism: 
    • 2022-2023 Decrease by 20% the number of chronically absent students (10% or more of their instructional days) from 1,518 to 1,214 students.
      • 2021-2022 chronically absent: 1,518 students
      • 2020-2021 chronically absent: 1,194 students 
      • 2019-2020 chronically absent: 781 students 
      • 2018-2019 chronically absent: 755 students
  • District Out-of-School Suspensions: 
    • 2022-2023 Reduce by 15% the number of out-of-school suspensions from 140 days to 119 days.
      • 2021-2022 OSS: 140 days
      • 2020-2021 OSS: 207 days
      • 2019-2020 OSS: 404 days
      • 2018-2019 OSS: 288 days
Budget Information
2022-2023 BOE Meeting Calendar
Mission Statement
The Union-Endicott School community will develop students who are responsible, self-directed, life-long learners. With the encouragement of staff, fellow students, parents, and community, U-E students will develop a deeper understanding of self, a respect for others, and an understanding of their place in the world community
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